The inspector general of police, George Akuffo Dampare has become a national treasure since he started working for the country. He has been able to reduce the rate of robberies and illegalities to some extent and this means in a few years time, Ghanaians will not worry about these random and haphazard crimes on the streets. George has worked effectively and efficiently and this is why he needs all the necessary accolades he could get.
Paul Adom Otchere in a recent reaction to the praises being showered on him revealed that he has personally followed his works and has realized that he deserves the accolades being showered on him. However, there is something which is of great concern to Ghanaians, and that is when you begin to deliver more and receive the praise you deserve, we expect more from you.
This comment was supposed to eulogies him for recent attacks on some robbers as they attacked victims in Accra and how the police managed to track these robbers down. The steps taken and the way the police force are working is encouraging and Paul thinks it should continue. I like what he is doing. Even if a high ranking member of the land breaks the law, we need to enforce the law on him, Paul said.
Paul claims officials cannot manage the country or expect to have a peaceful form of leadership if they themselves are breaking the rule. As a result, it’s great seeing these tremendous works from the police and he thinks this change has come to stay.
However, we should not forget that the competence of the police force in these recent times is also due to the dedication of the individual police officers in the country. Their dedication and devotion in the past few months proves that we have abled men who can protect us and commit themselves to ensuring Ghanaians are safe and sound.
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